Comedy legend Roseanne RATIOS Biden: 'Close the f*cking border, dipsh*t'

"Close the f-cking border then, dipsh-t."

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
Actress and comedian Roseanne Barr took no prisoners while responding to a post from President Biden about the devasting fentanyl crisis that has impacted cities across America.

Biden declared his unwavering dedication to addressing the opioid drug crisis, whereas Barr criticized the president and inferred that the issue is insurmountable due to his open border policies, which facilitate the influx of fentanyl into the United States.

"Deaths from fentanyl are an American tragedy that requires global action. I’m committed to doing everything I can to control this crisis – from expanding prevention, harm reduction, treatment, and recovery, to working with Chinese, Mexican, and Canadian partners to tackle this," Biden wrote on X.

Barr, an outspoken conservative actress, responded to Biden's post and said: "Close the f-cking border then, dipsh-t."

The star of the hit sitcom Roseanne was praised for her comment and ended up successfully "ratio-ing" President Biden's post, which is when the responding comment gets more likes than the original post.

Those who agreed with Roseanne applauded the actress for her tenacity.

"Every time you open your mouth, I am reminded how much I love you! Keep rockin on Ma'am," one user replied.

"Such a simple response, but yet so effective," another said.

"Dear Roseanne, please stop suggesting logical solutions. Thank you for your cooperation," added another.

The fentanyl crisis has had a death grip on Democrat-controlled cities over the past few years, which has created a devastating impact on communities and their members. West Coast cities such as Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles have seen the worst of it; mostly due to local legislators passing laws that decriminalized open-air drug use.

Authorities say that the deadly synthetic opioid floods into the United States through porous open borders.

The Daily Mail reported that around 71,000 American deaths in 2021 were in some way tied to fentanyl and other synthetic drugs, which represents a 26 percent increase from 2020. Fentanyl overdoses have also become the leading cause of death among American youth.

In April, the Biden administration proposed a plan to crack down on the synthetic opioid supply chain.
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